Block Clubs & NNO

National Night Out in Waite Park

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National Night Out is an annual nationwide event that encourages residents to hold a block party, get to know their neighbors, build community and promote crime prevention. It's a great way to promote community-police partnerships and enjoy a Minnesota summer evening surrounded by friends, family and your neighbors.

Minneapolis has been #1 in the United States for National Night Out for several years in the past!
Back in 2011, Minneapolis held 1175 events in the city, with 60,500 people participating. Events took place in all of Minneapolis' 87 neighborhoods on 2500 blocks. We placed first in the nation for cities with 300,000 or more residents.

Whether it's your first time planning an event or you're continuing a tradition of years on your block, keep this link bookmarked: www.minneapolismn.gov/nno . You can download flyers, and register your event. You can also call 311 to register you NNO party.

Blocking Your Street
If you want to block your street, you can do so for free (the deadline to file is usually mid July). Not all streets can be blocked, depending on traffic flow. For applications filed after the "free" deadline, there is a $100 fee. Usually within a few days prior to NNO, applications for blocking off a street will be no longer be accepted.




$100 Block Club Rebates

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The WPCC offers a $100 Block Club Rebate within the Waite Park Neighborhood. Waite Park residents who organize a block club event, National Night Out event or another gathering during the year to meet with neighbors are eligible. Recipients can be part of a current block club recognized by the Minneapolis Police Department Second Precinct or a block club that hosts at least 1 gathering per year which all block residents are invited, as verified by 2 residents, are eligible for this rebate. Please see the application below for more details.


WPCC Block Club Rebate Form (PDF)


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